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August 10, 2018 Volume 8 Issue 5

The Super Tribune The Official Newsletter of Division 48

CDA helping out Kiwanis at the Taste of Coeur d’Alene. Coeur d’ Alene High/ Lake City High/ Post Falls High/ Sandpoint High/ Saint Maries High 1


Inside this Issue:

Letter From the Lieutenant Governor

Division 48, Time flies while we are having fun! This summer has been absolutely outstanding. We Letter from Lt.G..…….....pg.2 have flourished and grown stronger as a division and truly have made a humongous Upcoming Events…………pg. 3 difference in the lives of multiple individuals in the community. From helping our local Kiwanis Event Recap………………..pg. 3 groups with the Taste of Coeur d’ Alene and Art on the Green. Our outstanding season has been a hot one, but one of the best Summers I Starting a new club………pg. 4 could have asked for. This year will be my fourth year in Key Club and I wouldn’t trade in any of these experiences for anything in the whole Service Spotlight…………pg. 6 wide world. Your dedication and community spirit has truly shown me how to be a better person, as well as a better leader. We are About Division 48 …….…pg. 7 officially half way through my term as Ltg and we still have a lot more to accomplish, so lets so it! Can’t wait to see what this next school year Sponsors…………………….pg. 8 will bring. I hope you all had a safe and wonderful summer.

Contact Information: @h.levinson @Hannah Levinson

In Love and Service, Hannah Levinson Ltg Division 48

@hannahana8 E-mail: ltg48@pnwkeyclub.org Phone #: (208)661-6015 Google Group: pnw-division-48@googlegroup s.com

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Upcoming Events: Date

Event

August 29th

Back to School bonfire

August 15th

Monthly Trash Pick Ups

All throughout summer

Boys and Girls Club

August 18th

Car Wash

9AM-12PM

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Event Recap: We recently helped with Kiwanis’s project of the Taste of Coeur d’ Alene and the Art on the Green. In the process of these events we raised money for the Thirst Project by selling Tshirts, bracelets and asking for ANY donation in exchange for a bottle of water (while the temperature reached a high of 101 degrees.) Thank you all for your hard work this three day event could not have happened without your help, and a huge thank you to the Kiwanis for allowing us to join their big event for this year!

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Service Spotlight:

This months Service Spotlight goes to Bailey! Bailey attends Coeur d’Alene High School is Vice President for her club. While volunteering at the Taste of Coeur d’Alene she informed me that she would be moving to California and will not be able to keep her title of Vice President any more. Since I moved up here my Sophomore year , she has been one of the friendliest and goofiest girl I have ever met. Her tenacity and dedication outstand me and Coeur d’ Alene will truly miss her. She is the life of the party and always has a smile on her face. In this picture she is wearing our new Thirst Project T-shirt, Bracelet and is asking people from around our community to donate anything for the District Project. She is 6 a truly blessing and an outstanding role model,, can’t wait to see how she spices up California’s key club. Good Luck Bailey!


About Division 48 and the position of Lt.G:

Common Questions:

Answers: 1. Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. Often referred to as simply Key Club, it is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through serving others.

1. What is Key Club? 2. What does Key Club stand for ?

2. Kiwanis Educating Youth

3. No, it is not mandated, you can pick and choose which events 3. Do I have to show up you would like, but you do get to every event? to experience something interesting and new in every 4. When did Key Club event first begin? first begin?

5. Is Key Club hard to get involved with?

4. Key Club began in 1925 5. It is not, all that is require is a membership fee and you can talk to me or your club 7 secretary about all of that .


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